Reply Spa, a company from the “IT consulting and other services” market, is currently (as of 18:39) quoting almost the same at EUR 174.6 (+0.23 percent).
How Reply Spa is currently to be assessed is the result of a multi-stage analysis. We have selected 4 categories, each of which leads to the result “Buy”, “Hold” or “Sell”. These results are ultimately consolidated into the overall result.
1. Investor: Reply Spa was rated as neutral by mostly private users on social media in the past two weeks. This is the conclusion our editors come to when evaluating the various comments and requests to speak that have dealt with this value in the past two weeks. In the past few days, mostly neutral topics relating to value have been addressed. In summary, we believe that investor sentiment at this level therefore allows for a “Hold” rating. Therefore, measuring investor sentiment creates an overall “hold” rating.
2. Relative Strength Index: A prominent signal of technical analysis, the Relative Strength Index, RSI, relates the up and down movements of prices over a period of – exemplary – 7 days. A value between 0 and 30 is considered “oversold”, 70 to 100 as “overbought” and in between as neutral. Reply Spa’s RSI leads to a “Hold” rating at a level of 50.59. The RSI25, based on a period of 25 days, is at 49.67 an indicator of a “hold” assessment at this level. This puts the overall assessment on “hold”.
3. Technical analysis: The average closing price of Reply Spa shares for the last 200 trading days is currently EUR 147.79. The last closing price (EUR 174.6) thus deviates +18.14 percent, which corresponds to a “buy” rating from a technical chart point of view. Let’s look at the average over the last 50 trading days. For this value (EUR 172.22) the last closing price is close to the moving average (+1.38 percent). In this case, the Reply Spa share is rated differently, namely a “hold” rating. The bottom line is that the Reply Spa share receives a “Buy” rating for the simple chart technique.